8 people. 3 beers brewed. Many, many beers drank.
Combine that with the Missouri sun and you've got a long day. The good news was that all of the brewing seemed to be a success.
My original gravity measured in at 1.060 relating to a 81% efficiency. My efficiencies are starting to level out in that range, so I'll be calculating my recipes closer to that from now on.
I transferred the dunkel into a keg and pitched my beer right on top of the yeast cake.
I was done early. My fellow brewers...not so much. Willie's Belgian Tripel clocked in at a killer 1.110 OG after not using enough sparge water and a big 90 minute boil. Mike's first time all-grain American IPA measured up at 1.060 using my mash tun, so again a 80%+ efficiency turn out.
6 hours after I pitched, I had bubbles in the blowoff. Nice yeast.